Meet a Mom
Janelle is mom to a 5 month old daughter and postural alignment specialist. She’s sharing her tips for new moms when it comes to practicing self care and the best piece of advice she’s gotten from another mom!
Shirley is a children’s book author whomever to Stamford from Peru as a teenager. She now lives here with her husband and 18 month old son. We spoke to her about her experience in the U.S. Army, as a Greenwich Police Officer and how she wrote her first children’s book after battling depression.
Jessica is a Stamford mom of two boys, middle school teacher and recently started her own style blog! She’s giving us her style tips, sharing her favorite restaurant and place to shop in Stamford, as well as sharing why she started @mommin_in_style20.
Mariane is a Stamford mom of two who works as a strategic partner to pharmaceutical industries. She is sharing what she loves about Stamford and her favorite advice from other moms.
Emily is a Stamford mom who owns her own sleep consulting business! She shares her favorite things about Stamford and her number one tip for improving children’s sleep.
Amy is a Stamford moms of two and a Personal Trainer. She also started the Facebook group, Fab Moms Chat (Stamford/Norwalk)! Find out why she started it, her favorite spots in Stamford and tips for moms who want to find the time to work out more.
Dr. Shieva Ghofrany is an OBGYN in Stamford and mom of three who is also using her Instagram account to educate women! She’s chatting about how she’s gained her following and what she’s doing to help during COVID-19.
Sarah is a Stamford mom to two boys, as well as a children’s book illustrator, painter and sculptor. She’s talking about what inspires her and how she’s using her work to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lauren is a registered nurse at Stamford Hospital and mom to a two year old. She explains how her job has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how she juggles work and mommyhood.
Meet Gabriella! She is a Stamford Mom and charge/floor nurse in a dialysis center. She talks about how things are different due to the COVID-19 pandemic, why she became a nurse and what she loves about Stamford!